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  • Using ELO Method To Estimate Probability Of Each Team Winning The 2016/17 Premier League Season After All Games Played on 21 August 2016.

    syjytg on 22 Aug at 02:33

    Please see my initial blog for more detailed information on the ratings. As before, only League games involving these 20 teams from the 2012/13 season onwards are included. The current Elo ratings for each team are: 1. Manchester City: 3170.922 +/- 31.814 (from 118 games). 2. Chelsea: 3151.419 +/- 30.771 (from 118 games). 3. Manchester United: 3123.474 +/- 31.058 (from 118 games). 4. Arsenal: 3122.372 +/- 29.910 (from 118 games). 5. Tottenham: 3122.358 +/- 30.293 (from 118 games). 6. Liverpool: 3088.947 +/- 30.264 (from 118 games). 7. Leicester: 3051.571 +/- 35.319 (from 84 games). 8. Everton: 3026.284 +/- 29.284 (from 118 games). 9. Southampton: 3010.639 +/- 30.153 (from 118 games). 10. West Ham: 2971.823 +/- 30.194 (from 118 games). 11. West Brom: 2965.722 +/- 29.843 (from 118 games). 12. Stoke: 2958.318 +/- 30.312 (from 118 games). 13. Watford: 2943.010 +/- 41.823 (from 56 games). 14. Swansea: 2929.942 +/- 30.255 (from 118 games). 15. Crystal…

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  • Ryder Cup - Betting Statistics & History For Winning Bets

    STEVEOCN on 22 Aug at 22:44

    The 41st Ryder Cup Matches, Friday September 30th to Sunday October 2nd 2016 2016 Ryder Cup Introduction: Hazeltine National Golf Club in Minnesota will host the 41st Ryder Cup Matches as Europe go in search of a fourth straight victory. Named after English golf promoter Samuel Ryder, the biennial event between teams from Europe and the United States will begin on Friday September 30th and twenty eight matches over three days will decide who leaves the city of Chaska with the Ryder Cup trophy. Europe secured a five point victory two years ago at Gleneagles and Northern Irishman Darren Clarke succeeds Paul McGinley, who captained the 16½-11½ triumph in Scotland. The 48-year-old from Dungannon in County Tyrone will take the reins as captain and Clarke has five Ryder Cup appearances dating back to 1997. The 2011 Open Champion was a member of four…

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  • Celebration Mile

    Micko70 on 23 Aug at 15:48

    The Celebration Mile is a Group 2 race run at Goodwood over a mile at the end of August for horses aged 3 or older. I have looked at the last 10 runnings of the race and looked at the following 7 trends, Age, Official Rating, Recent Runs, Last Run, Year Runs, Year Wins & Group Form Each horse passing a trend will score the points for that trend, the horse/s with the most points will be the selection/s 5 day decs - 15484 Toormore(31) 5 9-7 Richard Hannon 115 00-300 Arod(13) 5 9-4 Peter Chapple-Hyam 114 32-341 Breton Rock(63) 6 9-4 David Simcock 112 513544 Gabrial(7) 7 9-4 Richard Fahey 113 10721- Hathal(344) 4 9-4 William Haggas 111 30-369 Lightning Spear(13) 5 9-4 David Simcock 117 13472 So Beloved(8) 6 9-4 David O´Meara 112 1-1121 Thikriyaat(29) 3 8-12 Sir Michael Stoute 110 5-6181 Zonderland(16) 3 8-12 Clive Cox 112 Age 6 of the last 10 winners were aged 3 Positives (6 Points) = Thikriyaat & Zonderland Official Rating 8 of the last 10 winners had an official…

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  • NFL 2016: Who's My Quarterback? Part VI - AFC South

    Gman84 on 21 Aug at 15:50

    Welcome to Part 6 of a series of 8 blogs previewing the Quarterback situations of all 32 teams in a division by division guide. I’ve focused on the glamour position because whilst a solid all around roster is key to a team gaining success there is no doubt that the play from the man calling the snap count is vital and will always be the focal point of media and fan attention. The AFC South is next in line and we have a division full of young Quarterbacks. Can any of them become the elite players their franchises hope them to be or are they destined to flatter to deceive? Houston Texans Starter - Brock Osweiler Backups - Brandon Weeden and Tom Savage I’ve stated in the introduction to the majority of this series of blogs that it’s a team game but the…

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  • 2016 Boeing Classic Preview - TPC Snoqualmie Ridge (Champions Tour)

    STEVEOCN on 21 Aug at 20:36

    Boeing Classic, August 26th to 28th 2016 Tournament Intro: The Champions Tour heads to Washington this week for the Boeing Classic at TPC Snoqualmie Ridge. Following a Monday finish at Scioto Country Club in Ohio, Gene Sauers held off Billy Mayfair and Miguel Ángel Jiménez to win his maiden senior tour title, the U.S. Senior Open Championship. Sauers will headline the event originally known as the Boeing Greater Seattle Classic alongside Bernhard Langer and Colin Montgomerie. American’s Jeff Maggert, Kenny Perry and John Daly are also in attendance with Billy Andrade defending his title in Snoqualmie. Designed by Jack Nicklaus, TPC Snoqualmie Ridge is a Par 72 layout measuring 7,264 yards. Opened in 1999, the private golf club is situated at the foothills of the Cascades mountain range some 25 miles east of Seattle. The Tournament Players Course is a signature Nicklaus design…

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  • Ryder Cup - European Team Preview - Stats / Preview and Best Bets

    Ralfie1982 on 22 Aug at 11:45

    The Ryder Cup - European Team Preview So one of the most encapsulating tournaments on the golf and a complete change in the way the game is played. For 362 days a year these players compete in singular format competing against everyone, but for these 3 days they become two of the strongest units in the world of Sport and the rivalry and competitivness can been seen everywhere you look. For a different steer on the Ryder cup my friend and fellow OLBG blogger has taken a look at the Betting Statistics & History For Winning Bets and I strongly recommend a read I think this years Ryder Cup will be on of the closest fought events with the US team looking perhaps a touch stronger than it has done in the past competitions, but as always the Europeans all round ability…

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  • Tottenham v Liverpool preview and betting tips

    ibfm23 on 22 Aug at 05:09

    The result is what it is. In all fairness Liverpool cannot be criticized for lack of effort and the 26 goal attempts (against Burnley's 3) and the 80% possession attest to this. On another day the Reds would have won 3, 4 or 5 - 2. That said, as noted in my previous blogs the poor defensive stability is a problem which has been overlooked for too long to the extent that it has become ingrained within the club's culture. The defeat is a blessing in disguise as it forces Klopp to face the issue. Liverpool need a solid centre back, a proper left back and a well-tested anchor. Without these additions Reds fans should brace themselves for yet another emotional roller-coaster ride. Burton v Liverpool If you have followed my ante-post tip for Liverpool to win either the League Cup or…

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